that factory owners cut corners on safety, resulting in huge industrial disasters like rana plaza. >> bill: peter, before the break, you were talking about low salary. most of the jobs created in the united states have been at a low salary level. the salary -- "the new york times" reporting this morning that the average salary for workers in these garment factories, sweatshops, we should call them. you do. in bangladesh, $37 a month. $37 a month. are there american companies that having their products, clothing made in bangladesh? >> oh, yeah. >> bill: which ones? >> the gap walmart jcpenney, children's place. actually jcpenney and children's place, they were found in the rubble of rana plaza.